Defining Zionism: Michael Bassin | Humanizing Zionism in the Arab World
Michael Bassin reflects on his experiences as an American Zionist in the Arab world, experiences that would solidify and mold his passion for Israel and Zionism, and his hopes for reconciliation and peace. Bassin lives in Israel and is a partner at a tech startup. He served in the Kfir unit of the IDF, and has written for the Times of Israel, the Jerusalem Post and more.
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